News archive from 25 March 2015

Gareth Bale is under too much pressure at Real Madrid... he wasn't the only top player to disappoint...

Former Northern Ireland international and Real Mallorca striker Gerry Armstrong is an expert analyst and commentator for Sky Sports’ coverage of Spanish football. Here, he shares his thoughts with Sportsmail's Craig Hope on the Gareth Bale saga at...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 

Clarke Carlisle: Why I went back to the place where I tried to kill myself 

The physical damage to Clarke Carlisle, you can see. The scars to his head and face. The injuries to his arms. He says he is suffering from something he calls ‘road burn’ after stepping in front of a lorry in an attempt to take his own life three...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 
Three people evacuated from flats after extractor fan fire

Three people evacuated from flats after extractor fan fire

Two Lincoln flats have been evacuated after a fire involving an extractor fan. Firefighters raced to the flats on Vernon Street late this evening, Tuesday March 24, after reports of a blaze. On arrival, the two engine crews found a quick-thinking...

 
Stephen K Amos: Welcome to my world, Sydney comedy festival

Stephen K Amos: Welcome to my world, Sydney comedy festival

Laugh out loud with Stephen K Amos’ feel-good comedy, as he brings his latest stand-up show to Melbourne after a sell-out tour of the UK. Type of Event: Comedy Venue Details: Enmore Theatre 118-132 Enmore Rd Newtown NSW 2042 When: 23 and 26 April...

 
Stephen K Amos: Welcome to my world, Melbourne international comedy festival

Stephen K Amos: Welcome to my world, Melbourne international comedy festival

Laugh out loud with Stephen K Amos’ feel-good comedy, as he brings his latest stand-up show to Melbourne after a sell-out tour of the UK. Type of Event: Comedy Venue Details: Athenaeum Theatre 188 Collins St Melbourne VIC 3000 When: 26 March - 19...

 

Police and fire engines called to Aigburth street after man reportedly climbs onto the roof of a house

Police and fire crews were called to a Liverpool street after a man reportedly climbed onto the roof of a house. Promenade Gardens was closed off just after 9.30pm and two fire engines, three police cars, a police van and two North West Ambulance...

 
Fire devastates Mortonhall Crematorium: Inferno tears through site at centre of 'baby ashes scandal'

Fire devastates Mortonhall Crematorium: Inferno tears through site at centre of 'baby ashes scandal'

THE crematorium at the centre of Scotland’s baby ashes scandal was devastated by a fire tonight. More than 35 firefighters battled the blaze at Mortonhall in Edinburgh after the roof space of one of the site’s buildings went up in flames at around...

 

Radamel Falcao: I will leave Manchester United for regular playing time

The Colombian striker has travelled back to his homeland to represent his national team and has admitted he will reassess his future at the end of the season. Falcao has often found himself on the outside looking in at Old Trafford after agreeing a...

 

Ivory Coast names Catholic bishop to head reconciliation efforts

The government created a Dialogue, Truth and Reconciliation Commission (CDVR) in the wake of the violence. While the economy has seen a renaissance under Ouattara's stewardship, however, Ivory Coast remains crippled by deep political and ethnic...

 
Jeremy Clarkson to be SACKED from Top Gear and 'replaced by Radio 2 host Chris Evans'

Jeremy Clarkson to be SACKED from Top Gear and 'replaced by Radio 2 host Chris Evans'

The petrolhead presenter will be thanked for his work but told his behaviour is unacceptable when BBC boss Lord Hall reveals the findings of an internal probe on Wednesday. The report concluded that Clarkson, 54, verbally abused producer Oisin Tymon...

 
Cameron raises a toast of ale in final Cabinet meeting

Cameron raises a toast of ale in final Cabinet meeting

And Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond, left, was clearly delighted with his “Co-ale-ition” brew. It was made by the Wychwood Brewery in Cameron's Oxfordshire constituency. The label featured Cameron and deputy Nick Clegg.

 
'We'll protect you' Defence Sec Fallon vows to defend Falklands from Argy anger

'We'll protect you' Defence Sec Fallon vows to defend Falklands from Argy anger

They were told: “We'll always be there for you,” as Britain pledged £200million worth of new military helicopters and anti-aircraft missiles. Prime Minister David Cameron spoke out after reports the Argies are planning to lease 12 long-range bombers...

 
EXCLUSIVE: Claudia police set to probe building sites

EXCLUSIVE: Claudia police set to probe building sites

Detectives believe the missing university chef had a series of relationships with up to 40 married men some of whom work in the construction industry. They are now convinced the key to her murder lies in this network of affairs. If the killer was a...

 
STAR WARS ZONE: Brit sci-fi fans told to avoid Tunisia over Islamic State fears

STAR WARS ZONE: Brit sci-fi fans told to avoid Tunisia over Islamic State fears

Four of the sci-fi movies were filmed in the country, rocked last week by a museum gun massacre that left 21 dead including Brit lawyer and mum-of-two Sally Adey, 57. Many Star Wars scenes were shot in the hills and villages around the southern town...

 
18in RATZILLAS invade telly’s Broadchurch

18in RATZILLAS invade telly’s Broadchurch

Huge rodents, up to 18-inches long, roam the area where key scenes for the hit drama are filmed. They scurry just metres away from the show's village church as well as Olivia Colman's on-screen family home. The battle is on to get rid of the vermin...

 


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